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Old 29th August 2014, 17:18   #1 (permalink)
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Evisa renewal

How long after the 180 day period of an Evisa expires can one apply for another one?
To ask the same question another way what's to stop you applying for one to start 1/1/2015, staying for 8 weeks in May/June, returning to the UK and reapplying for another to start 1//7/2015 and staying in September/October for another 8? Thanks for the expected enlightenment.
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Old 29th August 2014, 17:25   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Evisa renewal

This would, you will be over the 90 day limit.
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Re: Evisa renewal

But I would be using two 180/90 visas. The thumbnail seems to be working on one.
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Old 29th August 2014, 17:34   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Evisa renewal

Yes it is based on your last exit date which is the 26th Oct. From that date they will count back 180 days and add up the amount of days you have been in Turkey. In my example with your dates you will have overstayed.

You can have all the visas you want but its the rollback part which can be spread over more than one visa.

It is not 90 days for each visa but 90 days within a 180 day period, counting back from your last exit date.
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Old 29th August 2014, 20:00   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Evisa renewal

The principle is that within any 180 consecutive days you can't stay more than 90. That is irrespective of your visa issue date. If you stay for the last 85 days at the end of a visa you are only left with 5 days for the next 95 days on a new visa as that would take you up to your 90 days. It takes a bit of getting used to this 'count back' system and wasn't what we all understood initially.
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Re: Evisa renewal

The facility to spend up to 90 days in the previous 180 days in Turkey as explained by juco and kalkan regular is a given to a UK citizens.

The E visa merely identifies a specific 180 days in which you can spend time in Turkey.

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Old 29th August 2014, 21:24   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Evisa renewal

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How long after the 180 day period of an Evisa expires can one apply for another one?
To ask the same question another way what's to stop you applying for one to start 1/1/2015, staying for 8 weeks in May/June, returning to the UK and reapplying for another to start 1//7/2015 and staying in September/October for another 8? Thanks for the expected enlightenment.
I think the only remaining answer to your original question of:
How long after the 180 day period of an Evisa expires can one apply for another one?

I think as you may well of gathered by now there is no actual time limit on when you can apply for the second visa, only the start date which would normally be the date you 'intend' to enter Turkey.

Their information states there must be a minimum of 24hrs between the end of one visa and the 'START' of another visa.

So for arguments sake, if a visa expires on say the 3rd day of the month, the start date of the next visa must be any date ON or AFTER the 5th day of the month (not the 4th)

This again is why the Visa run to say Kos would entail a overnight stay which even then it might not be a full 24hr exit.

Which is why some people are already risking being 'over-stayers' by entering on one visa but leaving on a second visa.

Maybe it's time for someone to provide the forum with a 'concise' procedure for obtaining a 12 month RP with all that it entails.

Unfortunately although it probably already exists somewhere on the forum, that's the problem, 'it's somewhere' and not very easy to find.
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Old 30th August 2014, 09:04   #8 (permalink)
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Re: Evisa renewal

From my understanding, you can apply for a new visa at any time and they can be overlapping.

I agree that you had to wait 24 hours with the original evisa rules, but that changed with the new evisa rules.

I have not been able to get confirmation of this from the evisa office.

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Re: Evisa renewal

So, just out of interest, is the following possible? You buy an evisa, it starts running from the day you buy it, you enter Turkey on day 90. On day 179 or 180, you leave Turkey, have an overnight stay, and re-enter on a new evisa, staying until day 79. Or am I in cloud cuckoo land here?
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Re: Evisa renewal

Wish it was so easy. You are forgetting the count back rule. You are only allowed to be in Turkey for 90 days out of the last 180 days. This is calculated from your date of departure so you would be well over the 90 days.
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